Acetate pressed at reco-art sound in Philadelphia in the late 50's and never published in the USA.
But, if in Sweden in 1959 ... A goog teen doo wop song ...
Rare photo of the white group THE FRONTIERS in very good condition and in a long format.
They recorded in 1963 for Philips records.
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Check out my post about them here; http://whitedoowopcollector.blogspot.com/2008/02/the-premiers-aka-roger-travelers-aka.html
Listen to it ...
Original cover / record of Cub EP CX5000 by Impalas issued
in 1959 and entitled "Sorry, I Ran All The Way Home".
Side 2: Contains "Chum" & 'All But The Memory Of You".
This EP by The Impalas is as clean as you will see. Record is mint- and cover is mint-. This record has likely never been played, cover is fantastic and spine is perfect.
I recommend that you visit my YouTube channel to listen to my latest videos uploaded with doo wop, Teen and Girl group songs, some of them for the first time on YouTube...
Click to here; https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa883z9Zi_5-6Yul5UMe20A
Two 45 rpm acetates of the Bronx group The Montereys hard to find recorded in 1962.
THE MONTEREYS -To Make Her Love Me / Playing the Game.
THE MONTEREYS - Romeo & Juliet / Two Lovers.
This group appears in the compilation, Out of the Bronx - Doo-Wop from Cousins Records, Vol. 2 as THE MONTERAYS AKA THE DEL ROYALS.
The German group The Crystalairs covered some of these songs in the 90's.
Philadelphia's Greatest ACAPPELLA with THE DISTINCTIONS , COMPULSIONS , Q-TONES , POTENTIALS , FIVE FORTUNES AND MANY MORE.
Label: PANTOMINE 2003 MONO.
Made in US: 1967.
Condition: Record: EX- 8/10 JACKET: VG++ 7/10 seam wear.
The complete story of Tim Hauser (of Manhattan Transfer fame) and his doo wop group, The Criterions aka The Kents can now be read comfortably online.
Click here and enjoy it; http://classicurbanharmony.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Criterions-Article.pdf
Songwriter, dancer, singer, manager, and record producer Bob Crewe (Robert Stanley Crewe) known for producing, and co-writing with Bob Gaudio, a string of Top 10 singles for the Four Seasons is present in The Complete Book of Doo Wop under his name with...
- Oh How I Miss You Tonight / Ev'ry Time. Warwick records-1960.
The 3 Tones was a trio from Leicester, United Kingdom formed by John Clarke with his friends Chris and Rich.
In 2012 they recorded a 45 rpm as The Me-Tones with the sides "Rocket Johnny / Round and Round" on the Fatrocket label.
Surely an unknown group for most doo wop fans, but they have a song "Dream of Your Love" that I really like.
In 2019 they made a CD... THE 3 TONES "Introducing:"... today you can listen to them on their YouTube channel by clicking here;
The Romantics was a vocal group consisting of Bud Freeborn, Barry Toepp, Mike Wooley and Ernie Fye.
They recorded in Capitol records several songs "Chapel Bells, Swing Low, Jungle Lion, My Love is Strong, Eternally, I Found You" that were never pressed in a 45 rpm official, until in 2013 those songs were presented in CD format.
I believe that it is a group that all fans of this musical style are unaware of its existence
Trio from Massachusetts formed by Warren Gene (Lead singer), Jack Berglund (Guitar and Vocals) and Jackson Tedder (Drums and vocals) present in the Jeff Kreiter vocal group record guide as...
-Please Come Home / Santa Claus. Toro records-1964.
For fans of Dion & The Belmonts, a 45 rpm made in Japan with the songs "Teenager in Love / I Wonder Why" is available on eBay with a nice picture sleeve.
Rare photo of singer Dion DiMucci performing at the mythical disco The Peppermint Lounge in the early 60's.
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1965 picture sleeve of The Casuals on Feature records with the songs "Angel on My Shoulder" / "Come On Pretty One". Present in the Kreiter's Vocal Group Record guide with a value of $ 30 but this guide not mentioned this picture.
Unfortunately these two songs are not available on YouTube so I cannot say if they really have a doo wop sound or is it an error present in the aforementioned guide.
Original advertising poster announcing the performance of the singer, Jimmy Rock as well as the performance of the group The Dewdrops.
A rare poster to see surely from the late 50's or early 60's.
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Check out my posts on Jimmy and The Dewdrops here;
Vocal group from the Bronx composed by Lead Singer Jim Carlock Jr. with Richie Laringoine, Danny Sabatino and Joe Colavito. The Splendors singing locally, and 1961 have a few of demos songs as "Winter Time", "Senior Year", "The Slob" and "Rita" never released on 45 rpm.
For my taste The Splendors have a very good white doo wop sound.
Article dated July 1960 presenting one by one the four members of the group The Little Dippers after they gain recognition with their song "Forever".
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Check out my post about them here; https://whitedoowopcollector.blogspot.com/2009/03/little-dippersforever.html
Photo dated October 26, 1997 of the original five members runion of the Marcels doo wop group.
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See my post about this group here; https://whitedoowopcollector.blogspot.com/2010/06/early-marcels.html
Richard, a reader of this blog from Pittsburgh, after reading yesterday's publication about Joe Allegro in which I said that his song "Teen-Age Clementine" was not in the doo wop music guides, tells me that Joe has a recording present in Jeff Kreiter's guide ...
-Web of Dreams / Homeless Heart. End records-1958.